Well, I asked for what the father (Gennaro) makes for himself and for M. Marinella, which I assume is the core house style.
Perhaps they have a generational issue similar to the one at Rubinacci where daddy likes it the drape and junior likes it the dash. Kids these days.
Originally Posted by mafoofan
Entirely possible and very plausible. The kids and the granfathers in Naples couldn't express more different tastes in style--which I suppose is another way of making my point.
The picture gets more clear.
The sons get suits from Mina to have a youthful, lean cut with vigor. The fathers go Rubinaci for the generic, safe neapolitan look and the grandfathers go to Solito for the, I don't give a crap I want comfort and I want it loose fit
Originally Posted by brax
There's also a Manhattan location. Chris, I recommend a side of St. Louis spare ribs as a side order.